Picayune Main St, Inc

200 Highway 11, South
P.O. Box 1656
Picayune, MS  39466
Phone: 601-799-3070
Fax:  601-749-3319
Contact Us Link

City of Picayune Map
City of Picayune Map
2021 Festival Map

Picayune Street Festival Map https://bit.ly/3lh91D6

Projects/Events/Awards

Picayune Locally Owned Restaurants

https://bit.ly/3mSX76d

Help Save Our Park and
Help Bail  Someone Out of Jail

Pay by Venmo @saveourpark2021
 PayPal.me/picayunemainstreet

Cash or Check or  Pay Bail at Jail on September 15th.

Local “Notorious Criminals and Sneaky Suspects” are arrested and taken to Jail at the Intermodal and Tourist Center (Train Depot)

and will have to pay their Bail.
 This is a community fundraiser for the Upgrades at Friendship Park
.

Jail and Bail Save our Park Updates

YES HE DID!
The Pearl River County Sheriff David Allison locked up the Director of Picayune Main Street, Inc. Reba Beebe during the Jail and Bail Save Our Park Fundraiser on September 15,2021 at the Intermodal & Tourist Center 200 Hwy 11 S 39466


Committee Members Present During Jail and Bail were
“Judge ” Tom Milar, Trevor Adams, Captain, Theresa Carpenter Milar, Christy Hilsher Goss, Gidget Mutchler O’Daniels, Kaitlyn Walker,  Raquel Theriot & Picayune Police Chief Joe Quave. We had a blast yesterday & help raise $$ for the future of the children in our community


THANK YOU EVERYONE  For Donating To Save Our Park Jail & Bail Fundraiser, we have not closed out the JAIL & BAIL SAVE OUR PARK Fundraiser.


You Still Have Time To Donate


Venmo@saveourpark2021


https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/picayunemainstreet

Jail and  Bail Facebook Event Link

https://facebook.com/events/s/jail-bail-prisoners-for-the-pa/523678415738538/

SAVE OUR PARK
WRJW 1320AM 106.9FM Link Below Information on 1.9 M Grant
with a 20% Match and Plans for Friendship Park Sport Fields.

https://www.wrjwradio.com/single-post/mayor-jim-luke-details-upcoming-friendship-park-upgrades


PICAYUNE MAIN STREET.,INC.
22nd Collectible Christmas Ornament
2021 City Rexall Drug Store
Available October 1


 
Outstanding Façade Improvement Program – 
This award recognizes a Main Street façade improvement program that has contributed to
façade improvements of multiple buildings located within a downtown district.
 
Winner: Picayune Main Street, Inc. – Making Downtown More Loveable 2
Director: Reba Beebe
Accepting: Byron Hill
Picayune Main Street’s Economic Vitality Team understands downtown is critical to the success of the community. With confidence that the community would survive the pandemic, the team agreed to continue Moving Picayune Forward with the Revitalization Campaign
“Making Downtown More Lovable 2”.
Eight downtown businesses were revitalized with new awnings through funds from Picayune Main Street’s Façade Grant Program and a Community Investment Program Grant from the Mississippi Power Foundation. Mississippi Power Area Manager Byron Hill is very active in Downtown Picayune’s Revitalization Projects to keep the community lively and strong. Downtown business owners have seen a noticeable increase in foot traffic.

New businesses have opened or expanded.
The project has clearly achieved the goals to move
Picayune Forward and make downtown
More Lovable and Alive!

Picayune Main Street, Inc. is a National Accredited Program
Accredited status is National Main Street top tier of recognition. This exclusive
designation signifies a commitment to comprehensive revitalization, community
engagement, and rigorous outcome measurement. Main Street America Accredited™
programs have a proven track record of planning, implementing, and measuring results
that align with the Main Street Approach. National Accreditation is a powerful advocacy
tool that highlights a program’s work and showcases their achievements.

All Accredited programs have demonstrated their success by meeting a series of rigorous accreditation
standards:
1. Has broad-based community support for the commercial district revitalization
process, with strong support from both the public and private sectors
2. Has developed vision and mission statements relevant to community conditions and
to the local Main Street program’s organizational stage
3. Has a comprehensive Main Street work plan
4. Possess an historic preservation ethic
5. Has an active board of directors and committees
6. Has an adequate operating budget
7. Has a paid professional program manager
8. Conducts a program of ongoing training for staff and volunteers
9. Reports key statistics
10. Is a current member of the Main Street America™ Network. In states or regions that
have existing Coordinating Programs, communities work with their Coordinating Program
to grow their revitalization effort and meet the performance standards above.
Coordinating Programs evaluate, select, and recommend Accredited programs to the
National Main Street Center annually. In areas where there is no Coordinating Program,
NMSC may accredit communities that have retained the necessary training and
evaluation services needed to meet accreditation standards.

MOVING PICAYUNE FORWARD DOWNTOWN PROJECTS


Come Experience the New South Old Charm in Picayune MS.
Picayune MS is A Precious Coin in the Purse of the South

just 40 miles  from the hustle and bustle of New Orleans and
the big gaming action of the Mississippi Gulf Coast,
we are strategically located to offer the best of both worlds.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRECEDES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Eight downtown businesses were revitalized with new awnings through funds from Picayune Main Street’s Façade Grant Program and a Community Investment Program Grant from the Mississippi Power Foundation.

1-Luxe Beauty Salon 300 West Canal Jon & Tanya Tomei 2-The Foundation 200 East Canal John & Angie Hunt 3-The Real Estate Company 111 Hwy 11 South Donna & Johnny Molina 4-Larry’s Dry Cleaning  220 B West Canal Larry & Sandy Barrios 5-Barze Antique & Collectible 105 Hwy 11 South Ted & Lynne Barze’

Mr Bill & MS Evelyn Edwards 6- Brazillian Jiu Jitsu 107 Hwy 11 S. 7-Budget Furniture Outlet 109 Hwy 11South 8-B & D Contracting 110 East Canal

Mixed Media Visual Artist and Muralist, Andy Green, designed a collection of murals and signage using local  history through detailed art in Downtown Picayune.

City of Picayune Beautification Department has 2 Greenhouses donated from MS Power and PRC School System. The beautification department cultivates and transplants over 6,000 plants twice a year. The department  designed, planted and maintains 70 flowerbeds throughout Picayune,  20 of those flowerbeds along with 77 planters and hanging baskets are located in Downtown Picayune MS.

Ashley Anderson Mason, owner of Gallery 32 Studio, an Acrylic and Muralist is sharing her talent in Downtown Picayune MS . Stay tuned for more of Ashley’s artwork soon in Downtown Picayune MS.
Follow Gallery 32 on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ashleymasonart/

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Board of Directors

President:
- Tom Milar
Vice President:
- Jessica Tebo
Secretary:
- Suzan Wilson
Treasurer:
- Tim Hart
Emeritus:
- Bill Edwards
Members:
- Gidget O'Daniels
- Norman Howell
- Eric Morris
- Byron Hill
- Ted Barze'
- Raquel Theriot

Staff

Director:
-
Reba Beebe

Assistant:
-
Kaitlyn Walker

 

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